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What do you dream?

Mycroft

Active Member
#1
Last night I woke up with a cramp in my leg. I remember saying yes they can. I asked myself what was I doing? I said calculating or vectoring an event horizon. I said cool, figured it had to do with time/space distortions but didn't know. Got up and googled it at 3AM found out it has to do with the gravitational pull around a black hole. I don't know if I was just a tool or a student. But I'm glad to know I'm smart on the other side.

Kind of makes me wonder, as others have considered maybe this reality is the hologram.


Mycroft
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
#2
isnt that the ide of the holographic theory of the universe?

The holographic universe is an idea presented in the book "The Holographic Universe" by Michael Talbot it explores the metaphysic implications that underline quantum mechanics supersymmetry and suggests the idea that the universe is a hologram. After examining the work of physicist David Bohm and neurophysiologist Karl Pribram, both of whom independently arrived at holographic theories or models of the universe, the book argues that a holographic model could possibly explain supersymmetry and also various paranormal and anomalous phenomena, and provide a basis for mystical experience.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Holographic_Universe

daz
 
#3
I use to get impressed by scientific theories. Long ago. Then a few years ago, I read that scientists had figured out and experimented and realized that it was actually possible for a person, under extreme, extreme stress, to sweat real blood! That was like big news? I read the sweating blood thing when I was a kid and this new info just seemed silly stuff to me. I guess science has its place though.
 
#4
Hi, I'm new to the forums. Anyways, usually I wake up and right them down and then read them over. From the looks of it, alot of it either of the past and people I've met over the year or very personal. Still waiting for that day to becoming lucid.
 
#5
Glenda said:
I use to get impressed by scientific theories. Long ago. Then a few years ago, I read that scientists had figured out and experimented and realized that it was actually possible for a person, under extreme, extreme stress, to sweat real blood! That was like big news? I read the sweating blood thing when I was a kid and this new info just seemed silly stuff to me. I guess science has its place though.
Science is all there is. Some people seem to have the idea that science is the opposite of the paranormal, science is a method of potentially examining what we now call paranormal.

Science can explain everything. It's just that at this point, people can't explain everything through science.
 

Cent

New Member
#6
Mycroft said:
Last night I woke up with a cramp in my leg. I remember saying yes they can. I asked myself what was I doing? I said calculating or vectoring an event horizon. I said cool, figured it had to do with time/space distortions but didn't know. Got up and googled it at 3AM found out it has to do with the gravitational pull around a black hole. I don't know if I was just a tool or a student. But I'm glad to know I'm smart on the other side.

Kind of makes me wonder, as others have considered maybe this reality is the hologram.
Mycroft
I have had very odd dreams in the past and then I put a stop to remembering them. For Many years I have slept soundly.... and then... it happened... memories of the night trips return.

It's been less then a year and will say not happy about the restlessness they cause. It seems many are future events as some have manifested. That in itself is disturbing. For the most part I roam the Earth like I was trying to avoid detection. The rest of the dreams I am lost.

Would much prefer being smart and an explorer. ;)
 

Ralph

New Member
#7
sgiven said:
Science is all there is. Some people seem to have the idea that science is the opposite of the paranormal, science is a method of potentially examining what we now call paranormal.

Science can explain everything. It's just that at this point, people can't explain everything through science.
I think you attribute too much to science. Science is about a particular way of knowing.
It has difficulty in answering some questions - for example - Who was standing outside my house at noon on 6/2/2010? This is much more easily (and perhaps only) answered by an witness who was there. Thus our legal system relies on the evidence of cross-examined eyewitnesses as well as forensic science.
Remote viewing appears to be yet another way of knowing...
 
#9
Does anyone on here have the house dream? It has happened over and over and over for me for a long time. New rooms. I always know when it is happening and dread it a little in my sleep - it is a little creepy. There are new rooms each time and it happens once or more times a year. Just wondering.
 

Jen

New Member
#10
I had a vision (or day dream - which ever you choose to call it) for a friend about rooms. We were making room in their house for 3 very important people and so we cleared everything out of the living area. Then we cleared the room we filled out into another room. Then we had to clear the room we filled with all the stuff from both prior rooms and put it into another room. The 3 very important men were bringing with them plans; the plans were huge big pieces of paper and filled the floor of all the rooms.

For some reason i looked out of a corner window and noticed a fir tree. It was around 4 foot tall.

I like it when other people have dream. I can stop the night ones but have not a lot of say when it comes to the day dreams. They just happen regardless.

I hope you find the meaning to your house dream. My friend's life have made sense of the plan one I had for them.

Jen
 
#11
Does anyone on here have the house dream? It has happened over and over and over for me for a long time. New rooms. I always know when it is happening and dread it a little in my sleep - it is a little creepy. There are new rooms each time and it happens once or more times a year. Just wondering.
Hi Glenda,

How interesting that you bring up the house dream.I too have a recurring house dream,also a little unpleasant.

It doesn't always look the same and sometimes it takes me a short while to realise that Im in THAT place.
I am always on full alert and tingling/vibrating all over.Spending the duration of the experience dodging the entities (I feel, not see them) that make me freeze with fear.
 
#14
Pigeon - Thanks for sharing your house dream experience! I wondered if anyone else had a similar thing. I always dread the house dream, but know when I'm there. The first few rooms are familiar, then I'm led to a new section and wonder why I didn't know those rooms existed and feel confused since I've been in the house so many times. The odd part is that it has happened for decades, the house dream, not often each year, but still.

I guess science is a tool, a way to catalog and understand things. It just seems to down play, in general, some natural parts and abilities of humans such as remote viewing, which is a little like sticking your head in the sand without being willing to listen or learn. Like book burning, I find that scientic approach a little annoying. And some people make it sound weird or wicked which is also annoying. Hopefuly science and these other things will one day work harmoniously.
 
#16
I often dream of my childhood home. My mother still lives there and I only live a shoet distance away. Some of the dreams are pleasant some are not. Online dream dictionaries say it is a subconcious grapelling with unresolved childhood events and that seems reasonable to me.

I often dream of places. By that, I mean a location that could be set by GPS coordinates. When I see the piece of land I recognize the "place" from my dreams even though the buildings may be completely different than what was in the dream. It is really neat to recognize a place from a dream when I finally see it for the first time in a physical sense.
 
#18
hmmm the house that I dream of is not at all familiar at first or like my happy childhood home, much larger. I go through it a bit and realize that I am back in that house again, and it feels a little creepy, andI figure that I've seen it all. Then I am led into a new part and that surprises me. I should know it better because I live there or use to live there? Well, I just find it interesting that people have some common experiences in ways, in dreams or remote viewing, or whatever. They are hard to grasp and explain.
 
#19
I had a dream 2 nights ago that Detroit was on fire. I didn't post anything about it because I thought if it happened it would have been caused by a terrorist attack. Then I see this headline tonight. :Detroit Mayor Calls Fires a 'Natural Disaster' - Fires Rip Through Detroit

http://www.aolnews.com/nation/article/fires-rip-through-detroit-dozens-of-homes-destroyed/19624942?test=latestnews